In October, I wrote about going to China as a member of CAPA, the Chinese American Psychoanalytic Association, on a working tour of four main cities- Beijing, Xian, Chengdu and Shanghai. We lectured, visited schools and training institutes, and met individually with people who wanted private consultations. I knew I would miss my friends and family, and I was a little scared to go so far away. I met many different people in a professional context – psychotherapists, psychiatrists, students, workers, and government personnel,… Continue reading →
The Presencing Institute Community
A message to all members of The Presencing Institute Community
Many of you may already know about this call – and we felt it timely to also pass along. Please join us in putting our attention with Dr. Masaru, and others around the globe, towards the health of the water of Fukushima.
With warm regards, kelvy, on behalf of PI
WATER CEREMONY WITH DR. MASARU EMOTO
Thursday, March 31st, 2011 at 12:00 noon in your time zone
From A Letter from Dr. Masaru Emoto to Fellow Citizens of Plant Earth:
Please send your prayers of love… Continue reading →
By Lynn Somerstein, Phd, RYT
Are you always rushing from one thing to the next, days too packed, no time to breathe? Sometimes people fill up too much of their time, their days become excessively full, and their lives spill out and make messes. Having too much to do makes us anxious; if we always have too much to do then it’s important to consider realigning our schedules and making life more possible, more enjoyable even.
Carol always got up late, jammed and ripped herself into her clothes, dropped things, bumped into furniture, or stubbed her toe on… Continue reading →